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World - 16,000 children in South Sudan forced into conflict since 2013: UN

Up to 16,000 children have been forced to join the fighting in South Sudan since the start of a civil conflict in 2013, the United Nations children`s agency (UNICEF) said Friday. Despite an peace agreement in August, fighting continues to rage in the two-year civil conflict in the world`s youngest nation, with children suffering an increasingly heavy toll. `There are now 16,000 children associated with armed groups and the military,` UNICEF spokesman Christophe Boulierac told reporters, adding that minors continued to be killed, kidnapped and subjected to sexual violence.

Friday, November 27, 2015  21:44


Europe - Suspicious packages found at Brussels mosque

Emergency responders were investigating suspicious packages containing white powder found Thursday at a prominent mosque in Brussels, a Brussels Fire Brigade and Emergency Medical Service spokesman said Thursday.

Friday, November 27, 2015  04:31


Top Stories - The world`s greatest theme park destination?

Malaysia is fast becoming the theme park capital of Southeast Asia, with 16 theme parks and water parks spread around the country, and 10 more reported to be opening in the next few years.

Friday, November 27, 2015  20:31


World - UK photographer McCullin says wars now harder to cover

Award-winning British war photographer Don McCullin, who will be celebrated at next year`s Photo London festival with a special exhibition, spoke Friday about the growing difficulties in covering conflicts. The 80-year-old photographer, who has covered many of the biggest conflicts of the 20th century, took some of his most famous photos during the Vietnam conflict and is still at it -- travelling to Iraq just a month ago. It`s difficult,` McCullin told AFP at a press preview of the international fair, which runs May 16-22 next year.

Friday, November 27, 2015  18:05


Sports - Sixers, NBA probing rookie Okafor scuffle

Philadelphia 76ers rookie Jahlil Okafor was involved in a post-game altercation with a heckler outside a Boston bar that had the NBA team and the league investigating the incident. After a defeat earlier Wednesday in Boston dropped the 76ers to 0-16, matching an NBA record with 26 consecutive losses over two seasons, Okafor and another man appeared to trade punches with hecklers during an argument. TMZ Sports posted video of the incident that appeared to show Okafor, the third pick in this year`s NBA Draft, punching a man who was knocked to the ground in front of Storyville Boston nightclub.

Friday, November 27, 2015  18:05


World - Venezuela lashes U.S., opposition amid blame over activist`s slaying

By Andrew Cawthorne CARACAS (Reuters) - The Venezuelan government on Friday blasted the United States for linking an activist`s murder to upcoming legislative elections and said it would sue an opposition leader who has blamed the ruling Socialist Party. The Wednesday night killing of Luis Diaz, a leader of the opposition Democratic Action party in central Guarico state who was gunned down at a public meeting, rocked Venezuela days before the vote for a new National Assembly, which the Socialists risk losing for the first time in 16 years. In the emotional aftermath of Wednesday`s killing, Henry Ramos, the national head of Democratic Action, and Lilian Tintori, the wife of jailed opposition leader Leopoldo Lopez and a witness to the shooting, both pointed the finger at the ruling party.

Friday, November 27, 2015  17:28


Sports - Reuters Sports Schedule at 1400 GMT on Friday, Nov 27

Reuters sports schedule at 1400 GMT on Friday: - - - - TENNIS Davis Cup final (until 29) Edmund makes debut in final against Goffin GHENT - Unheralded British player Kyle Edmund makes his Davis Cup debut in the final as he takes on Belgium`s world number 16 David Goffin in the Flanders Expo centre. Andy Murray faces Ruben Bemelmans in the day`s second singles. ...

Friday, November 27, 2015  14:27


Top Stories - College football player with Asperger`s did the `impossible`

Justin Hansen is 16 years old and doesn`t want to say a word. He won`t make eye contact.

Friday, November 27, 2015  12:55


World - El Nio rains triggers more soy fungus in Brazil

By Gustavo Bonato SAO PAULO (Reuters) - The number of Asian soybean rust fungus cases in Brazil has nearly doubled from the previous year due to heavy rainfall in the south triggered by El Nio, according to industry data. `El Nio causes a higher average rainfall in the south, favoring rust (fungus),` said Claudia Godoy, a plant pathologist at agricultural research body Embrapa Soy, referring to the climate phenomenon that tends to bring rain to southern Brazil and drought to the northeast. Brazil is forecast to produce a record 2015/16 soy crop that could surpass 100 million tonnes.

Friday, November 27, 2015  12:55


World - Turkey `temporarily` suspends Syria air strikes after Russia spat

NATO member Turkey has `temporarily` suspended air strikes against Islamic State targets in Syria after the downing of a Russian warplane on the Syrian border sparked a major row with Moscow, local media reported on Friday. Turkish F-16 jets on Tuesday shot down a Russian warplane which Ankara said had breached its air space. Russia on Thursday vowed to carry out broad retaliatory measures against Turkey`s economy.

Friday, November 27, 2015  09:41

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